How to Systematically Cure Your Anxiety

February 16th, 2014

If there’s one thing I love, it’s “The Emperor Has No Clothes” moments when you realize everyone’s feeling something...but nobody is saying it. It happened when I finally got behind closed doors with my friends and we started telling the truth. How many of us sit and stare at screens for over 8 hours/day? How ...

How to conquer fear and take control of your life

February 12th, 2014

When I started blogging, this is what my blog looked like: IWT circa 2004. I am the best web designer ever. I actually had 2 years of posts on one page -- no “Next Page” button or anything -- because I didn’t know how to set up archives. And if I’m honest, the writing wasn’t great. So ...

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Win a year of personal training

February 10th, 2014

Deadlifting 2x my body weight @ 320lbs  Yes, I’m giving away free personal training with a personal trainer for a year. I’ll pay up to $5,000 for the winner to get 1-on-1 coaching (and get in the shape of your dreams). Want to lose 25 lbs? Gain muscle? (This was my goal when I started training) Just look ...

How to stop feeling overwhelmed

February 04th, 2014

Are you guys tired of people blowing smoke up our generation’s asses and not telling us the truth? LIE #1: Parents telling their kids that they can be anything they want (even kids who never built the discipline to finish their homework) LIE #2: TV “experts” -- and even the government! -- telling us that buying a house is ...

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My answers to your questions on motivation & procrastination

February 04th, 2014

All right, people. Yesterday I told you I was launching “Therapy Week with Ramit,” a week of tough love with my characteristic lack of emotional sympathy paired with insights so piercing they make you reconsider such facts as gravity and euclidean geometry. I asked you to send me your questions. I got thousands of them, largely ones that made me ...

Ramit’s Therapy Sessions

January 29th, 2014

In a rare generous mood, I recently asked some of my readers to send me their toughest questions so I could answer them. I expected challenging questions on asset allocation, multi-armed bandit testing, ethnographic research, and maybe advanced negotiation techniques. In actuality, I got questions like this: “Do you think most people cheat because their partner isn't doing enough? And ...